January 1, 2013
There are a lot. CERN in Geneva being one...
Science doesn't solve things. It advances things, for better and worse. If we look particularly, we could say AIDS, or Quantum computing. However, we must look at the world of complications it would bring. Still we should move forward with balance, and tackle problems as they present. But between us, science should focus on ways of achieving better and cheaper medical technologies and food, as this is a prerequisite for any advanced intellect liberated of chains of chaotic economy.
Bernard Russel. Alan Oppenheimer.
Tesla coils and electrical conductors. Mmmm. I find those babies really attractive. But seriously? I find the unimaginative grayness of everyday existence an unthinkable alternative.
Smart people. Internet.
Let me be brief. I love knowledge, love simulating my mind. I abhor apathy, and uninquisivtnives. I love to see and be intrigued by human creativity, and love to see logic and complex mechanics of systems. And cause I'm new in Chicago, I am bored.